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Al Iaquinta won by TKO, but someone in the broadcast truck made a huge mistake during the announcement. Someone in the UFC broadcast crew messed up. Al Iaquinta had an impressive TKO victory at UFC 183, but during his post-fight interview it was mislabeled that Joe Lauzon won the bout instead. Check out the photo below: That isn't Joe Lauzon... I guess Iaquinta didn't stick to the script? ;) #UFC183 pic.twitter.com/glhVTNuwvk — Spin Spin Sugah (@BlondAmbitionTO) February 1, 2015 Here's a recap o read news >>

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While Nick Diaz might have missed the open workouts for UFC 183 and several other media obligations along with it, he sat down with the UFC for an exclusive interview, where he talked about fighting at middleweight, respecting his opponents, and what winning a UFC title would mean to him. When Nick Diaz steps into the Octagon for UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz on Saturday night, it will mark the first time the former Strikeforce welterweight champion will compete at middleweight, aside from two catchwe read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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New No. 1 welterweight contender Jake Shields says he's going to rid World Series of Fighting (WSOF) of its "dirty" champion, Rousimar Palhares. Jake Shields has his broom and dustpan in hand and wants to sweep his way to another world title. Following a first-round win over Brian Foster at WSOF 17, Shields is ready to "clean up" the promotion's welterweight division. Speaking to Submission Radio, Shields said that welterweight champion Rousimar Palhares can't go for a leg lock without trying to read news >>

  • 7 days ago
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Alexander Gustafsson found himself on the wrong end of a major upset at UFC on Fox 14. In less than three minutes, Anthony Johnson had stopped him via vicious strikes in front of scores of his countrymen. As emotion poured out from his face, Gustafsson has been knocked from No. 1 contender status. His opportunity to rematch against Jon Jones for the light heavyweight title is not completely dashed; instead, it will take the Swedish competitor more time to reach that point for the second time in read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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"Smooth" just can't catch a break. Another weekend of fisticuffs has come and gone, as UFC Fight Night 59 blew the roof off the TD Garden Arena in Boston, Mass., on Sunday (Jan. 18, 2015) via FOX Sports 1. Plenty of fighters were left licking their wounds, including Norman Parke, who was out-gunned and out-pointed by Gleison Tibau in their pivotal lightweight bout (recap). And Dennis Siver, who failed to crack the Conor McGregor code, getting his chin cracked instead in the second round of the m read news >>

  • 15 days ago
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Four years ago, Brian Foster had brain surgery. At least that's what his Wikipedia page says. Four years ago, Brian Foster had a brain hemorrhage. At least that's what most people think. Foster was medically released by the UFC in 2011 when a pre-fight exam showed something on his brain. What it was, no one really knows for sure. It was assumed at the time that Foster suffered a hemorrhage. Even he said that in various interviews. But since then, not a single test has shown up anything on Foster read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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UFC President Dana White delves into the Jon Jones cocaine scandal and whether the light-heavyweight champion requires rehabilitation. Last week, UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones tested positive for cocaine metabolites and was immediately entered into a drug rehabilitation facility that same day. However, Jones added to the scandal when it was reported that he had left rehab after only spending a day at the facility. Jones' mother, Camille Jones, fanned the flames when she added that Jon read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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UFC featherweight contender Conor McGregor takes a look at his division and explains why he's different and how Dennis Siver doesn't have what it takes to beat him. read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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UFC president Dana White is not sure if Jon Jones is addicted to cocaine. But he believes there must be some issue if Jones is engaging in recreational drug use less than a month before a massive fight. "My thing is whether you have a problem with street drugs or not, you say you don't have a problem, there's definitely something wrong if you're doing that three weeks before the biggest fight of your life," White said on The Jim Rome Showon Thursday. Jones, 27, tested positive for cocaine metabo read news >>

  • 19 days ago
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Henry Cejudo got off on the wrong foot with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), withdrawing from his Octagon debut back in Aug. 2014 because of "medical reasons" related to a bad weight cut down to 125 pounds. Company president Dana White informed the former Olympic gold medal-winning wrestler that he could, "come back and try at a heavier weight or not try again." Cejudo agreed to the demand (details here), accepting (and then winning) a Bantamweight bout over Dustin Kimura via unanimous deci read news >>

  • 23 days ago
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Ashlee Evans-Smith tested positive for hydrochlorothiazide, a water pill that prevents the body from retaining salt and aids in weight-cutting, according to the NSAC.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 28 days ago
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Daniel Cormier was clearly a tough opponent for Jon Jones. After 25 minutes of action, the former Olympian gave the champion all that he could handle but was unable to walk out of the Octagon with a victory. Looking back, there are a few different points in the fight that may have went wrong for Cormier in his first shot at UFC gold. First and foremost, the reach advantage that Jones had over Cormier played a massive role in the course of this fight. According to FightMetric, Jones boasted a 12" read news >>

  • a month ago
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Now that it’s official that Roufusport in Milwaukee will be the new training grounds for Phil Brooks -- more commonly known as former pro wrestler, CM Punk -- as he ventures into MMA, we can move on to more traditional concerns. Things such as: Just how in the hell is he going to fare in the cutthroat world of the UFC? Duke Roufus, who owns Roufusport and has champions Anthony Pettis (UFC) and Ben Askren (One FC) in his stable, thinks Brooks will do just fine. In fact, the more he hears people p read news >>

  • a month ago
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Though the UFC’s signing of Phil Brooks — better known by his pro wrestling handle of CM Punk — has been polarizing for some MMA fans, gyms around the country have been vocal via social media in inviting him to join their teams. One such recruiter was none other than newly crowned welterweight champion Robbie Lawler, who reached out to CM Punk on Twitter after he took the belt from Johny Hendricks at UFC 181. Lawler invited him to join American Top Team down in Coconut Creek, Florida. "Hey @cmpu read news >>

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